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SEARCH ENGINE TRICKS

Can`t Find the Right Keywords?
By: KC Morgan
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    2008-12-24

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  • Can`t Find the Right Keywords?
  • Popular Keywords
  • Keyword Lists
  • Words, Words, Words

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    Can`t Find the Right Keywords? - Popular Keywords


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    Create any site, and itís likely youíll have some keywords no matter what you do. But if you really want to drive large amounts of traffic, you want to incorporate popular keywords on your pages. SoÖwhatís popular?

    The world is a changeable place thatís filled with fads. All popularity and stardom is fleeting. Two years ago, Paris Hiltonís every move was a huge story. These days, her name is hardly mentioned once a week in the papers. If you have a site dedicated to the heiress, you may notice a decline in your levels of traffic. Fads donít last; thatís why theyíre fads. This doesnít mean, however, that you should ignore fad-associated keywords in their entirety. Quick bursts of traffic are nothing to be angry with.

    If you want lasting success, however, you donít want to create an entire site based off a popular trend or even a popular star. Even the hottest stars can begin to fade, and before you know it youíre creating a new site for a new star. Some popular keywords shoot to the top for a few weeks and then fall slowly back down, taking your site along with them. Other keywords appear fairly consistently on popular keyword lists.

    The trick to maintaining a successfully high-traffic site is in blending the fad words, the keywords built around popular trends and stories which become all the rage for a few days or weeks at a time, with the words that seem to be always on peopleís minds and in searches. Find the words, know what they are, and learn to tell the difference between the two types of keywords. When you find the right keywords, youíll notice that a lot more traffic manages to find your site.

    How do you find the right keywords? It all begins with popular keyword lists.

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